Friday, June 14, 2013

Bill O'Reilly and Dennis Miller Coming, Boldly and Freshly, to the Ryman

Posted By on Fri, Jun 14, 2013 at 10:31 AM

Fuck it! They'll do it live! Yesterday the good people at the Ryman let us know that Fox News anchor Bill O'Reilly and former comedian Dennis Miller will descend upon the Mother Church on Friday, Oct. 11 for what can only be described as some sort of appearance. From the official press release:

Bolder and fresher than ever before...
Bill O'Reilly, godfather of "no spin" and in-your-face television, and Dennis Miller, the king of references and rants, are teaming up to take the country by storm!
VIP Ticket Packages include:

Premium Seating
An opportunity to meet Bill and Dennis immediately after the show
An opportunity to take a picture with Bill and Dennis
An autographed gift to take home

With a VIP ticket, your VIP credentials (including the location of the meet and greet) will be available at the Box Office one hour prior to the show. Don't forget to bring your camera!

We should note here that the top VIP package costs $502, with other tickets available at $127, $97 and $77. There is literally more information about the VIP packages than about the show itself, so we're not sure what "bolder and fresher" means. Have O'Reilly and Miller added just the right amount of chipotle to the tzatziki sauce, giving their hand-rolled falafel a tangy kick like no other? Just how much bolder and fresher could they possibly be than ever before when they are already so incredibly bold and fresh? I guess we'll just have to go see for ourselves. Surely it's an experience we'll "never forget."

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